Stephanie Courtney plays one of the women the mom is trying to wrangle into her group of friends. Nov 10, Messages: Relaxed and passionate lady is ready to reveal to a generous man all the possibilities of his ideal body. Mateobolp , Aug 6, The commercials create a spin with insurance being a boxed product you can grab off the shelf.
Get That Life: How I Became "Flo" From the Progressive Commercials
She also met her husband, Scott Kolanach while attending the comedy theater. Advertising characters Corporate mascots Fictional salespeople Fictional characters introduced in Progressive Corporation. Retrieved June 2, You start off with a script, but in the end, they usually let me put a little zinger in there. I think the Geico lizard puts out more sexual vibes than Flo does! The only place to satisfy all of your guilty pleasures. Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more.
At some point a company will rebrand and, in the process, they often get rid of or alter their spokesperson or mascot. So Courtney drew inspiration from close to home. Fact Check Inboxer Rebellion. We looked behind the white name badge to find out a little more about America's favorite female insurance character. Find all posts by Rigamarole. Yes, as far as we know, Flo is still alive.
I was a loser with few redeeming qualities. God bless her, she looks great. She seems to be a character who has an air of authority- sort of a Madge the Manicurist or Josephine the Plumber type- yet she also seems to be a type of person who seems to be fun to be around. She's officially a sex symbol and a cult following! Pink the pain slut visits brutal dominatrix Felony for a session filled with flo